It seems to me that with the advent of the child, all my feelings were aggravated at once. I began to sleep very sensitively and instantly react to what is happening. Now I am on my guard all the time, because I must provide protection for my baby.
Closer to the age of my baby learned to walk very quickly. And he does not know how to get up on his own without support. His support is everything that is nearby. The son still does not understand that not every thing can bear its weight.
One day my son stood up, clutching at a small rack for souvenirs. He staggered and began to fall forward. And, if I had not reacted with lightning speed, then my child would have hit pretty hard.
After this incident, my husband and I decided to remove all dangerous items from the room. Rather, we did it – we only play with the baby in one room, where he is provided with security. There we have a game tent and all the necessary toys.
For a while we enjoyed the playpen. After all, I sometimes need to leave the room, and there is no one to look after the bright child. Now the arena tired of his son. He learned to get out of it.
I never leave my son unattended. For security reasons, we always have closed doors to the kitchen, the balcony, the bathroom and the toilet.
Soft corners and safe sockets
We have made foam covers on all the corners of the furniture. After all, it is impossible to keep track of – suddenly the child accidentally hits.
I also bought plugs for sockets. We have those who are low.
Now, a year and almost 4 months, the son began to show interest in the contents of the cabinets. He began to open the doors, to which he gets, and shakes out all things on the floor.
I made sure that at the bottom we did not have dangerous objects. We stopped leaving trivia and medicine in a visible and accessible place. I put pillows, blankets, and light clothing on the lower shelves. My son pulls out all this good, examines, and then shoves back.
Windows are not toys
After watching the news that little children fall out of the windows, I decided that I would not attract the attention of the kid to them.
I do not bring my son to the window in order to show something. I also removed the long curtains for a while, replacing them with short ones. It happened after my nephew, who began to play at the window, fell eaves. I also removed all my indoor flowers higher, because my son regularly showed interest in them. And my pots are large, ceramic. If they fall, the son will be hurt.
I believe that the safety of the child above the beautiful arrangement of things in the interior.
And what did you, dear readers, do for the safety of your children?